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Illustrated Historical 

ATLAS 

OF 

NOBLE COUNTY, 

INDIANA. 



MAP WORK OF TOWNSHIPS AND PLATS MADE BY S. W. & P. A. DURANT, CIVIL ENGINEERS, ST. CHARLES, ILL. 



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Isbell, P. C 5" 

Jones, Dr. Elias 51 

Krueger, Herman 3' 

Knepper, John F 31 

Kimmcl, M. H 43 

Knox, J. J — - 5" 

Knepper, Wm 59 

Keehn, George 63 

Lash, J. J 35 

l.ohman, G. H 7° 

Ligonier Plow Works 75 




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Warner, H. H 

Whitford, A. D 


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Rochester.. S2 


Ilrillhart, S. li ---- 


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Waltman, Henry.... 

Wheeler, H. H 

Warner, Cordon 

Weatherfotd, J. D. ..■ 

Wible, John 

Williams, W. C 

Willits Bros. & Co 


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Springfield Village Plat 83 

Wawaka Village Plat 82 

Wolf Lake Village Plat S3 

Wolcottville Village Plat- 83 

PATRONS DIRECTORY. 

Albion Village 2, 


Bowen, M. M 


.... 27 


Bradley, Mrs. S. A 


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Bliss, William 

Brothwell, G. T 

Baker, Jr., George 

Black, O. P . 


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--.. 55 


Miller & Duerr 27 

Moyer's Dental Rooms - 54 


/.iininerman, Mary A _. 

Zimmerman, Nathan 

MAPS. 

LTnited States Map 

Indiana State Mjrp ---.--- 

Noble County Map 

Albion Township 

Allen Township 


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43 

4-5 

6-7 

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Elkhart Township 17 ! 

Jefferson Township 20 

City of Kendallville 17 


Cramer, E 


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Myers, CO 7° 


Catholic Church at Kendallville.--- 




Mitchell, John - 79 

Noftz's Tonsorial Ba/aar 23 

Noble County Infirmary 79 

Reed, L. M - -. 15 


Noble Township 20 

Orange Township 21 

Perry Township 21 


Deibele, John 

Darrow, Josiah 

Dodge, M. M 

EngelSt Co 


-•-- 55 


Sparta Township- 17 

Wayne Township 21 

Washington Township . - 24 

York Township.... 24 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 


Green Township 


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Ellis & Mummert 

Foster, Samuel 


.... 31 

---- 55 


Rose, William - 43 

Roberts, Hiram 63 

Roberts, N 63 

Randolph Bros 63 




Orange Township 

Perry Township 


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Flint, Walling & Co. 




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Brimfield 28 

Cromwell - 28 


Gerver, W. H 

Gaby, Timothy 

Gerber, Treash & Kreichbaum 


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Wayne Township 




Singrey& Eby...g 27 

Stanley, H. C 3' 

Shaw, Thomas 55 


York Township. 

Albion Village Plat 

Avilla Village Plat... 

Brimffeld Village Plat..., 


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Swank, George 59 




Harvey, Geo u 


Rome City - 28 


Standard Office - 7° 


r.rand Rapids Crossing Village I'll 
Kendallville City Plat... 


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Huston, William 

Hitchcock, L. F 

Holsinger, Win. T 

Humphreys, A 

Iddings, Hiram 


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Stall, J. B -.- 75 


Wawaka 28 


Tibbot, Isaac 55 

Thompson, Lyman 55 

VanGordon, A. A 15 




Noblesville Village Plat 

Port Mitchell Village Plat 


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History 


of Noble County, 


Indiana. 


civil townships ll.e -uifuc formation belongs 10 ihe "drift" period, and 
covered will, a vet) heavy growth of limber, von.i.l.np, principally of oak. 

1 here are something like 1 50 lakes, great and small, in ihe county, with 

The marshes are extensive, and cover perhaps 20 per cent, of the surface 
of the counly. Many of them arc in process of drainage, and will event- 
ually become the best land in the counly. 

York Township ; but boulder- of all ..it. are abundant, and there are large 

The largest body of watet 1. the " Reservoir" at Rome City, with an 
area, by close computation, of 800 acres. It is one of the finest lakes in the 
state, and il. .,„r,„„„l„,,, ».„,., e e.pecations of the people that, at no 

delightful. Ite.,,.1,1 coy ami lake „, ibe Mh-.l 

Uivei. lleai. High. \t iiicic. Tamaiack. Chain, the Mill Pond at Poll Mitch- 
ell. Round. Long, and Bisler. 

Thr land, generally. 1. »cll id'| '.■! :■■ ih. ] r..n m of wheat (winter), 

sive, though considerable — the best being, perhaps, at Rome City. The 

passed. 

i.se;. .10 whal 1. .nil kn.,,vo a. the " l'n.'.ol farm." thiee and one-half mile. 
southeast of the village of Wolf Lake, in Noble Township, Accompanying 
him were the Tibbott family, consisting of the three brothers, Samuel. Isaac, 

Mr. Tibbott had seen much of frontier life even previous to his settle- 
ment in Indiana, having been born in Marion County. Ohio, in 1810. remov- 

1 and finally 10 Noble Coooiy. where he ha, since reded and la.sed a family, 
and where he is familiarly known as the "oldest settler." After a half ecu- 

Ihcil llv.n c.l 0. igll ■ ■: csccpting ihe .avage., weie he Blur River. 

six mile- .li. Mot. 1. ward holt Wayne The nearest post-office was at Fort 

1 ry Miller-, and , died ■ 1 ioo.l Hope" post., .nice. Hcniy Miller was the first 

1 j*S Perry, who settled on section 33 in Peiry lowu.bip. in 1830, 

■ He went on foot twelve miles to help raise Perry's logcabin. traveling 

■ —jjlnrough snow a foot in depth, a akin;; hi ,er ,n Ins pocket, which he 

1 Ktfound frozen hard when he came to cat it. He claims to have helped raise 

If Soon after Perry, came Homy Miller. John Davis, Isaiah Dungan. James 

J The first land entered within the limils of Noble Counly, was in 1831. 
The enirics were made Low 1 1 In I..11.1I1 Diiug.iu. ihe iioriluasl quarter, 
section 33. and by 1 .11 I'eni. the ci., ball of the .oiul.o.,.1 qua, lor-.cUiou 

were Jacob Sholie. S„.a , Hag.,,,, Ada,,, Em 1. . 11,,,,; Engle. Jacob Wolf. 

1. .„ lie. Wm Engle. Daniel llai.h. |o-e|,l, Smalley. Heo.y Ho.leHer. L, 
: Dani.ei and Henry Miller Ail ill,, land v..,. In Perry Town.h.p. 

Atirahau, Patuakc .ciiicd. 0, Septcmbct, 1834. on land now partly in- 
tituled u ilhin the limr. of 1 igonici, Mou of ihc.c early .eltlci. mil be 


When first settled. Noble County constituted a portion of Allen County. 

the state. 

In 1832. La Grange CmhuI) ua-. iMgjin/c.l and mduded Noble County 

that of Ligonier. .it Lima 

Noble County was organized in 1836. In 1840. the total population was 
2.702. The first election for county officers was held in the Spring of 1836, 

ami Joel Bri,i..l. Her.n ({.Metier and Abraham I'amake. county commis- 

The first marriage solemnized in the county, according to Mr. Tibbott's 
recollection, was that of Samuel Tibbott and Eunice Kmght. Eight months 

came into the county by ihe -hi l-m. Wayne ami G^lien road, which led 
past the Bristol farm, making it a stopping place, it being the only one for a 
dMMRe "f twenty miles. Thai mad. .Loi.hug to the ..1,1 settles, was Mr-; 

comprising Noble County was yet a part of La Grange County. It com- 

33. 34. 35 ™<l 36 north, and in ranges 8. 9 and 10 cast, taking in nine town- 
ships in Noble and three lownshi s in La Grange County. 

The first election was held at the house of John Hostetter. in the " Haw 
Patch." for justices of the peace, at which 25 votes were polled. Tbe can- 
Wolf was the first justice. 

The first child born in the county was Simon Hostetter. August B, 1832. 

cian in the county. He settled at Rochester, then a point of considerable 
importance, since absorbed by Ligonier. 

tion 30. in the town of Sparta. 1 1 was the grand " council house " for several 

A great windfall near the place would seem to corroborate the statement. 
"Sparta "was the first scat of justice for the county, but Mr. Prentiss 

moved to Augusta, then big with expectation, since almost forgotten. In 
March, 1843, the court house at Angara, with reoml, and papers, was burned, 

was fixed by vote of the people in August, 1846. at Albion. 

budt (on paper), that have since been completely obliterated, or had their 

Among the ambi'.iou- otic- in N'uble Cimniy. were Wolf Lake. Fort 
Mitchell. Rochester, one; the largest town in the county, with iron-worksi 

ullage, ..I" Wawaka. BmnhcU. Home City, ami Avilla. 

ufaclured goods, gram, lumber, fruit, etc . etc . and are .1- lively an 1 bustling 
towns as can be found of the same size in the state. 

Pittsburgh and Chicago Railway through its limits, is growing very fa-t. and 

then borders, while the little town of Cromwell proposes to honor the name it 

pmnun of the county. 

promise of the Canada Southern Uaibv.iy h.i, put :ie» hfe mim n A nc^- 
paper has been established, ami iIk pe-plr fully believe tlic"good time com- 
ing" is close at hand. 

A gie.it public improvement « ;.s at one time projected, which, if it had 
been completed, would no doubt have advanced the interests of the counly 

commenced, intending to run from K.um City t<> -"me point on the Wabash 


in Swan Town.lnp, 

The earliest settlers in Allen Township, weie Henry Iddings and sons, 
Ryland Reed, and Elisha Wadsworlh. 

and three or four log ones. 

The first preachers in the county, according to Jacob Wolf's recollection, 
were the Revs. Phelps and Kobinson. who came to the county in 1833. The 
lu.t hewed log-hoii.e wa, built by Jacob Shobe in 1S33. 

Among tllo.e who .eived on the lir.l giaod |ury, were Seymour Moses. 
William Wilmeth. George Benner. Geo. T. Ulmcr, Isaac Tibbott. Abraham 
Pancake, William Caldwell. 

tetter. And. Humphrey.. Knh'd Ihay.J.io Knight, and (hdcon Sehlotterback. 
The first attorney who engaged in practice was Daniel E. Palmer, now of 

Accordingly, we left Rochester one morning, and made our way to 'Flat 
Uelly Reserve' in Spaita We were each -applied with a idle, and called 

We struck off scilicet 1., Ihe 'Nine Mile Lake.' shot many squirrels, and 

"Some lime afier .1 we reached the cabin of John Johns, whom many 

--aoicd ic:l..„g i» eal ' All light ; yon can be accommodated.' The .In,. 

( rins .. a mi.nomc, ; ,1 was a puncheon.) On Ihe puncheon table, in a large 

Powell or. McConncll. at Loohc.ler. then probably the largest bosino. 

ing. but we have not .pace to insert them, and must refer the reader to Ihe 

Noble County can boasi of three live ne.v.papcrs - TU, .VrVrmiW, at 
Kendallville, Tl„ Y.,'l.„,.,l II.,,,.,,.. ai Ligonier. and The iVew £,«, at Al- 



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HISTORY OF NOBLE COUNTY — C 



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all accounts, was Levi 
Ion 33 The first land 

, Angus! 18. 1831. He 



1 that of the wliou enmity. 
he county. The " Haw Pale 

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CITY OF LIGON1 



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HISTORY OF NOBLE COUNTY — Continued. 



1835, David and Char! 
Doolitlle, William lines. 

The largest body of wal 



earliest were David S. Field, (roiwSprii 
d Luke Diggins, who both settled as e 
aw, Timothy Gaby, T. M. Witklni, 

1 Noble County, shows much variety of < 

narack Lake are wholly or partly wit 



farms. Among them we may mcnti 
and II. H. Warner. Mr. T. Gaby e 



ervoir," Brimfield, on the L. S. & M. S. Railway, and a part o( 
of Wolcottville, on the G- R. & I. Railway. The latter lies pr 
Johnson Township, LaGrange County. 

considerable trade and business. It is the point for passengers at 
Albion, and is .jinic .1 thriving place. 



lighter Helen was the 
fore her father einigra- 
1872, at the age of 72 

d a part of the village 









I from Michigan City t 



GcisctuhuiT, was (li_-.troyk.-d by fire the forepart of f 
loss of $60,000. It is reported that it v 
paper mill. It was originally built by t 









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I In, town-l.,, 



■ry good farming region, though there is consider- 
able marsh land. The old Fort Wayne and Goshen Road passed through it 

completed, giving the town good market facilities. 

the direction of Gen. Anthony Wayne, which, if true, give, it .1 very early 
date, as Gen. Wayne died at Presque Isle, now Erie, Penn., in 1795. 

John L. Powers seems to have been [lie first settler. He came into the 
township in the fall of 1831. 

Sparta claims (lie ln.u.ir .,1 having 1 he first brick building in the coun- 
try, the house built by the Unite. 1 Stales for the chief " Flat Helly," whose 

as early as 1820, and perhaps sooner. Further mention is made of it in the 
sketch of the county. 

Among the early settlers were Richard Bray, Richard Jeflreys ; James 
Machl, M. McClintock, John Johns, Jacob Baker, Charles Murray, Hartwell 
Coleman. Daniel Ohlwmc. Andrew C. Douglas and Henry Weade. 

The first school was .aught by Achsah Kent in 1837. 



office, and also by Isaac Speiu 



The water-power is quite 


township according t„ Mr Pr.nli.s' sketches ' li 


en factory, owned by J. C. 


tiaded wive-. t„ the entire satisfaction of all the pa 




pair of steers as boot money for the difference in t 




The village of Cromwell, on the Baltimore, 


William Bliss, and John 


Railway is improving quite rapidly, and will no 


William Mitchell and John 


considerable business. The people show a dispo 




their advantages. The place has two churches, 




quite a variety of shops. 








ELKHART. 



nuallv -hipped to Fort Wayne, Indian:.] 
. and the traffic is only in its infancy. Wil 
cts of Rome City arc tMremdy favorabk 



The first sellhi in ibis township was John knight, who, according 

county after Joel Bristol and the Tibbot family. This conflicts with Is 
Tibholt's recollection, who thinks Levi Perry was the second settler. 

Knight located on section 29. The next settler appears to have bi 
Washington Men-haw, and following soon we:e lb, Cray-. Joseph Hell a 
John Bowman. 

G. M. Applegate entered the first land in the township, the soulhe; 



David Amler.on, John Wiili.i 
Judge Elisha Blackman w 



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John Bowman wa- the tir-t n,-ident jusii,-,-. elected in 1839. 

The first school building stood on section 29. When first organiz 
York Township contained fifteen married couples and one bachelor. 1 
first school teacher was James McMuUen. Jceph Bradford taught a sch 
on section 32 in the winter of 1836-7, 

The original town of Port Mitchell was laid out May 17, 1838, 

Klkhart Kivc-r, in section 3 v " 



iiip in the Fall or 1834. George 
alph Hard en brook, were early 



(oi.i.ly, 



:ttling in Elkhart. 
The settlers of this township were obliged to go to Fort Wayne 

The first school building was built about 1832-3, on section 27. 
The first preacher was Rev. Richard Robinson. Methodist, wh< 



Springfield. 

The original plat \ 
The village of Wa 



Continued. 




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<linlS,4i„wl,atis„owIddin 'Additio 


to Kendttll- 




S36. A. D. 


Whitford entered la 


d in section 2, February 14, 1S37, ant 


located the 




Veitner -etllc.l in the spring of 1S36. Ed 






or land, helped Mr. Weimer raise a log 




Randall soon after en 


ere.1 mk eighty-acre tracts in sections 28 a 


nd 29, being 




ttered land in the township. He did no 












' trees and an old Indian trail from Fo 




Lima, in LaGrange C 


ounty. Mr. Randall held the office of associate' judge 








Truman Wheeler 








t« In Men,..,, II Wheeler, v, In -s 




place in 1844. Forty acres of the place had been chopped, no 




a log house built, Ml 






Mr. Wheeler's was the only one of the kind in the neighborh 








Fort Wayne was the 












John Fillmore, a 


oiis-in of Millard Fillmore, was quite an ea 




were also R. P. Heln 


.... Flilm Wad.uorlh. and Aimer Hi., 




Lisbon is one of the oldest towns in the county, but is too c 










Avilla is a live little place, one mile from the south line of 










ings. Baum, Walter 


ft CO.. and Me..,, Wheeler \ Speme 


have lately 




mis to the place, and the impel,,, is Inch , 






, P. & C Railway, must make the place 












settled at Lisbon, in 1S47. He was on 
















NOBLE. 




This township has 


he honor of having the earliest settlement i 


the county. 








drew Humphreys set 


led northwest of Wolf Lake, on section' 


B, in 1833— 


three years before the 


ounty ivas organized. Mclntyre Seymour 








II. Louis Hite came 


10 W„lf 1 .iU 111 iJ.i. F.Iias and Samuel Jones are 








liinis to hare manufactured the first flou 






The arrivals of later date are: John Y 




Thomas Gray and Francis R. Davis, 1844 ; George Kitt and three 


sons, 1846 .' 


Win. S. Quinn, same 


year, and liL-deiick Stalls. 1848. Abral 


am Ott also . 


settled in 1840. 






Noble Township h 




one.half of it being co 




of the Tippecanoe Riv 


r, ll,,' lake of ,1m - one name l-emn ,1. , nr i 




The other lakes in the 


township of any note are : Bear, High, Lo 


on, Muncie. 


Silver. Deep. Wolf, Cr 


ne, Crooked, Rivir and Long. The villages are Wolf 


Lake and Noblesville, 


situated on the old Fort Wayne and Gosh 


n road, and 


and among the oldest 


illages in the county. The best poilion. 






rn and southeastern, where may be found 




fine farms. The first 


eath was that of John Voorhees. 




Dr. Elias Jones, liv 


ng west of Wolf Lake, was one of the ea 


Iy settlers; 



JHTT-.U.sON. 






located in Jefferson in the Spring of 1837- John Call and Abraham Carey 
must have settled about the same time. F. A. Black came in 1845, and lo- 
cated on section 24. Calvin I'routy, 1848, and Daniel W. Mines. 1854, were 



Samuel Spencer, John Call, Jai 



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dp. The new B. P. & C. 



ary's, and Lisbon, together with Iddings' 



ier villages are siv.in and .1 i'u. : .i..>.;i called Braces. 
The first settler in the township was George Richard, who located in 




MITCHELL & ORCHARD STS., IND. 



HISTORY OF NOBLE COUNTY — Concluded. 



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PATRONS' DIRECTORY, 

Giving Names of the Principal Professional and Business Men in the Cities and Villages, and of the Principal Producers of each Township, who patronize this Atlas. 



Our Subscribers in Noble County, Indiana. 



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Bogp. M. H.'.V. 

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Boiven. M. M.. . 

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Delude. J.-hn. . 

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RES. OF Wr WHITFORD, SEC 10, ALLEN TP, NOBLE CO., 



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RES OF HENRY WALTMAN, SEC 19, ALLEN TP, NOBLE CO 



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NOBLE TOWNSHIP. 

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NOBLE TOWNSHIP -Concluded. 



WAYNE TOWNSHIP - Concluded. 



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Il...."h. Iljv.,t . 

Riser. W. S 

Konkie.S. K 



Skinner. M .(.'.... 
Spencer, D. E. A. 

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Appleman. Samuel 
Brundige, John 

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ALBION VILLAGE. 



,r,ia g c and Wagon Maker 



Farmer and Builder. 






i Milliner 
iT'l'ining Mil 






WAYNE TOWNSHIP. 



11.11. Nn.h.,1.-.. . 
Hill, L. L 

Kiel. r'..v.l..vh 
Krcug,.,, Henry 
Kimrael. G L. . 

I. earned. 1. YV . 
Mueller. Will,...,, 
Ncsbitl, Jan.e, II 

Roberts, Hiram. 
Rendcl, Job 

Ries.John™;. . 

smith! Je-e \V 

Shaffer. | \V. 

-I k. 1) W 

Saveyer. John . . . 



! .,'■ ''.ee '■■ 



Farmer. 



ORANGE TOWNSHIP. 





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Rome City ....... 

Orange Township. 

Orange Township' 

RomeCily 

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Rome City 


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New York '.'. " ..___'_ 

Ohio...;; 

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Md.&Penn.. 

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Rome City ... 
Ohio 

Ohio llrimfiel.l.... 

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Ohio 

Pennsylvania Wolmtie.lle .. 
Germany. Kendallville ... 

New York '.'. Wolccitlvillc ; '. '. 
si l.uiiiis ,:. Rnme 1 ity . 

Indiana lirmilleld 

Ohio •• 

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Forme.; 


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Field. Uivui S 


Farmer. 

1 eleni..|,i, Operator. 

Mechanic.' 

\Y... leu Manufacturer. 

«■„„;„, I.e., ... II.,,,,., Mill 

Physician. 

1 .....I.e. and \Y..od Conlractor. 

Farmer. 

Fafmer. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Notary Public. 

Merchant'. 

Proprietor of Saw Mill, 
Farmer. 

Farmeri 
Farmer. 
Farmer. 

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O.ven. Ira 

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Vainer. CM 



PERRY TOWNSHIP. 



Best. John M 

Bcnfer, Henry E 

Cole.S 

Carr. Waller 

Cochran. Alfred 

Davis, Owen 

Dciley. Edward 

Engle. Andrew 

Fetters. Thomas 

Cledhill. W. N 

Growcock. George 

Gr.rarock. Charles ... 

Galbreih. J.G 

Harper. Philip 

Hostetter, S. M 

Keehn! Jonathan;;.'.; 

Lana', Robert".;;;;;; 

McConnell, G. W. . . . 

Mui.roe'.'Charles;.;;. 
Ramsby. Allen J. ... 

Swicka.d, John . 

Slulzman. Ua.id 

Schlotterback. Henry. 
Schlotterback. Gideon 

Teal, Thcoron 

Teal.Joseph 






ALLEN TOWNSHIP. 



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Allen Township. 

■Mien' Township; . 
Allen Township;. 


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allville. 


|Z aJ carpenter. 


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.Wagon and Carriage Mnfr. 


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Fairbanks. G. H 

Graham. 1 I'. A 

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Henry. .1 \V 


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.Farmer. 

.'Farmer and Slock Dealer. 

-iFarmer. 


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ALLEN TOWNSHIP - Concluded. 



GREEN TOWNSHIP -Concluded. 



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RESIDENCE. 



NATIVITY. P.O. ADDRESS. 



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Willi!.. A 11 





G. R. Crossing 

I: Cr.i.-.a^ 



Fanner and Painter. 
Farmer and Stock Deal 
Farmer and Stock Deal 
Pasior Presbyterian Chu 
Farmer. 



GREEN TOWNSHIP. 







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O.ll.ri. |„|„, 



Knappc, Ferdinand . 



ling. Henry K.. 

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Andrews. 0. H 

Arthur. \V I.' 

Al.lr.ili P. H 


Green Township.. 


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Alb.on '. 

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Farmer 
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Famer! 


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ha-mer, Carpenter and Joiner. 






M.W .1. ..:..-. IP 


Farmer 



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Scahury. James I . 

Smith! I. P. 1. ! . ! 
Smith. Thomas... 

Tu.net. R. S 

Tattle. J. II 

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Green Township 



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1856 Ohio 



WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. 



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YORK TOWNSHIP. 



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Business Directory for the Cities and Villages of Noble County. 



KENDALIVILLE. 

JAMES COI.EGROVE. Attorney at Law. 
AUG. A. CIIAPIN, Attorney at Law. 
F. FABER. Proprietor Steam and Grist and Saw Mil 
Manufacturer and Dealer in Flour, Feed, I.untb 



S.WILDMAN, Attorney a 


Law 


and 




eof Pe 




W 


& L 1 


IIUNYAN. D 


•>'SB> 










J- 


1 KIM 


iAI.L. Commer 


al Agent. 








C. 


0. M\ 


F.RS, Editor Ke 


dall. 


lie 5 


ami, 


d. 




CHARLES KRESSE. Dn 






dealer in Drugs 




Paints 


Oils. Notions, e 












L. 


F. HI 


CHCOCK, M 




urer 


and 


Dealer 





Grain C,adk- .in. I Sivihcs Repairing ( 



CHAs I. Alt III! 1 t n 



FRANK P. FORD. l'lmlng,., 
class Gallery in the City ( 
Old Picture* copied and , 



nbstones. Monuments. Pudding St.. 
s Solicited. 
YILLIAMS, Physician and Surgeon; offi 



Main Stre 

Mitchell Street. 
N. TEAL. Physician and : 

and Mitchell, resident 
J. M. TEAL. Dental Surg 

Mitchell. 
KELLER & KANN. De; 



s i :■ :; 



.1. BITUKOFFEK. Dealer in Watchcs.C|..cks.|ewclry. 

Silver and Plated Ware. Repairing done on short 

notice. No. I. Mitchell's Block. 
OSCAR ROSSBACHER. Manufacturer and Dealer in 

all kinds of Furniture. Looking Glasses. Picture 

Frames, etc. ; ah>. Undertaker. Gnfhns always no 

hearse when desired. Williams Street, old Mitchell 
Block. 
JOS. BERHALTER, Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. 

Coffins always on hand. Particular atten given 

to Framing Pictures. Main Street. 
J. D. WEATHEREORD, Commercial Agent. 
REUBEN MILLER. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Groceries and Provisions. I eed. l-i-h.Oy-lct,. bruit. 



tily Groceries. Provis 



JOHN GAPPINGER. 



. s, .,u. 



-generally F.i, 



I.U'Oli KK AM k. (us Pikers, lic-iaii.ant and Con. 
fectionery ; Oysters and Game in Season ; Meals at 
all Hours ; Cigats, etc. Cakes made 10 order for 
parties or family use. Cornel Main and Mitchell 

LEM. F. A BELL, Physician and Surgeon. Dealer in 
Drue.-, Medici,.,-,. Paint,, till-. ' Glass, Varnish. 
Lamps, Perfumery, Couiljs, Brushes, and Toilet 
Articles, Books. Stationery, Toys. Gold Pens. Wall 
and Window Paper. Fancy Goods, etc.. etc 

BRUST s<i BEYER, Dealers in Dry Goods, No 



A. THOMPSON & SON, Wholesale and Retail 
.Dealers in Staple and Fancy Family Groceries, 



ll'FI I. UMIAK. N,w,dealer and Stationer. Dealer 

in English and American School Books, etc. 
W.M. SPRANDEL, Proprietor of Central House, cor- 



'I'llN A ItAYMt.iN'.i. 



JOHN A. FOEHI. 



I'll I Eli RINGI.E. City Cm 

S. B. BRILLHART, Prop; 

Mills, and Dealer in Floi 



uniting- and scroll Sawing, and Deal 
, Lath and Shingles, and Builders' h 
itory near L. S. & M. S. depot : office 



II. INI, WALLING ,V CO.. l-'m 



all kinds of Cooperage ; South Coop, 

C. BEEHLER. Manufacturer and Dealei 

of Cooperage Special alien i giv, 



Jiisbl'il CHEF. I HAM. Manufa 

N. DRAKE. Slock Dealer. Farm, 
S. B. IILLMF.R. Proprietor Lit 



WM. PALMER. Carpenter and Builder. 


|i w GUI 1 \ eof the Peite 


W, M. CUSHING, Packer and Dealer in Ice also 


Al kl Ii 1 II \\ 1 \ 1„ use of the Peace 






W. C. JOHNSTON. Tanner and Currier; Shop near 


,,:. ,.„ ...„,' ."'nCy',,'!""" Ae "" M """' 


1.. S. .v. M. S. R. R. depot. Cash paid for Hides 


SAMUEL 1. I.ATi'A. Inventor of the ■' Latta Butler 






AUGUST DETERING, Gardener and Dealer in all 


W A Nk'iWN. Cabinet Manufaelnrernnd Undertaker 


kinds of Vegetables, Sweet Potato and ( abh.ige 
Plants a Specialty; Garden half mile northeast 


LIGONIER PLOW WORKS, Manufacturers and 




M. M. BOWEN, U. S. Ganger; office at Miller is 


G A. TEAL, banter and Blacksmith. Horse Shoeing 


SUM 111 K .s ACKERMAN. Proprietors of Clover 


done™ ,1k bet manner. I ariicd.,, pains taken 




AARON MK1/. Iln.ie - ..nd Saddle Manufacturer 


JOS^'wiIlTFORD. Builder and Contractor. Resi. 


CIlAkl lis Win.likl lb. Dings. Medicines, Gro 



tractor. Ue-idense. Section so. Wayne Township. 
J. W. SHAFFER, Painter, Paper Hanger and Kal. 

snminer. Residence. Section ;. Wayne Township, 
HENRY STONE. Brick and Stone Mason. Builder 



NOAH WEAVER. Carpenter. Builder and Contri 

Residence. Section Io, Wayne. Township. 
HIRAM IDDINGS. U. S. Pension Agent ; offict 



LIGONIER. 

I. S. SCOTT, Broker. 58 Caviu Street, 
. G. DUNNING. Township Trustee. 
. II. GERBER, Hardsvare Dealer, aa C 
I.G.ZIMMERMAN. Attorney. 



J C. ZIMMERMAN * CO.. General Merchandise. 

Sl'UAUss U„„. (.■linens' Hank. Insurance Agent- a 

Dealers in Real Estate, corner Cavln and Th 



C. G. KISTLER, Manufacturer and Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in improved Ma, Pumps. Well Dig- 
ging. Patent Circular Drive Pump ; repairing done 



J s Oil 1. 






I Donu-.iis t.riuei- 



J. W. WYLAND. Cooper and Meml.ei I'own Count, 
A. W. RANDOLPH & BRO„ Steam Saw and Planin 

HIRAM M. GOODSPEED, Postmaster. 
C. ELDRED & SON, Druggists. 

ISAAC E. KNISELY. Attorney at Law and Nolar 

C. V. ADKINS, Hardware, Manufacturer of Tin 

KEASEY ii .1 \Y, Carriage and Wagon Manufacturing 

lllacksmiihing, Painting and Trimming. 
Ili-IAII NEWMAN. tin..-, and Wagon M.inul.u 



JOHN WEIR. Hardware, Stoves, Cull 
F. W. SHINKE & BRO, Boots and 

Leather and Findings. 
J. M. KNEPPER, Freight and Ticket , 



W W. LATTA. Breeder of Trotting and Tli,.ioiu : h. 

bred Horses. Section 2. Perry township. 
W.N. GLEDHII.L, Breeder of Thoroughbred Horses. 

Be.kshire, Poland and China Hogs, on Gale Farm 
TI1E0R0N TEAL. Farmer and Stock Raiser. 
E. J. DODGE. Dealer in Hard and Soft Wood, Lum- 

G. W. McCONNELL (of McConnell 4 Lapel Millers; 

Dealers in Wheal and General Merchandise , Mill. 

ing Custom Work tlone promptly . Rochester, Ind. 
GEORGE KEEHN, Farmer, Carpenter and Joiner. 



JitNATIIAN KEEIIN. banner, Ca, 
OWEN DAVIS, Manufacturer of eve 
WALTER CAIik. Farmer and Stuck De 



Fittings.Ornanient.il I ,„,i,,.i reeled f-.r panic 



I. E. HUFFMAN, of 
HTGGINBOTHAM & 



JOHN C. JOHNSON. 




ENDALLVILLE.NOBLECO. IND. REV D.OUEHMIG PASTOR. 




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INGREYAEBY, PLANING MILL. ALBION NOBLE L. 
DEALERS IN SASH, DOORS HINGLES. HARD *SOF,T I 



Business Directory for the Cities and Villages of Noble County — Concluded. 






JOSEPH CA1.BECK. Dealer i 

on long and short lime. 
NATHAN WHITE. Dealer i 



WILLIAM R. DICKS. Carpenter ami Joiner, ( 

traelorand Builder. 
MICHAEL BOUSE. Farmer ami Agent for Rear 

Mowers. Threshers. Hullers and Agricultural Im 



WAWAKA. 

. MUMMERT.Wawaka Steam Mills. 



Peace 



JOHN ZIMMERMAN, Dealer in Hardware, Fai 

ing Implements, Boots, Shoes, elc. 
ISAAC TIBBOT. Retired Fanner. 
WM. ROBERTS, Dealer in Drugs and Medicie 

J. F. KNEPPER, Dealer in Dry Goods, Grocer 

Boots, Shoes, and general variety stock. 



KTME & ZIMMERN 



ind Shoes, and Man 



G. SCHWAB, Dealeri 

work. All work warranted. 

W, J. MILLER (of Miller & Fry) Dealers in Gro- 
ceries, Confectionery, olas-,, arc, Queensware, To- 
baccos, and general variety stock. 

D. F. DULL, Blacksmith. 

JOHN R. FRY, Merchant. 

ANDREW F. DULL Threshing and Clover Hulling, 
Section 9, York Township. 

THOMAS TEAL, Wagon and Carriage Manufacturer. 
Blacksmithine. Painline; and Trimming. Horse- 
taken with lame horses. 

GEORGE STIENBARGER, Dealer in Boots and 
Shoes. Manufacturer of all kinds of pegged and 
sewed work. All work warranted. 

WM. KNEPPER, Farmer, Carpenter and Joiner, and 
Contractor and Builder, Section 28. 

T. W. FLOWERS, M.D.. Physician and Surgeon. 
Lecturer on Physiology .on! Physiognomy. Calls 
for Lectures promptly attended. Examines pa- 



HENRY C. KNEPPER, Farmer, Carper 

Joiner, and Contractor and Builder. 
DAVID BOLEY, Farrier and Blacksmith. 



me horses. Job work done promptly. 

Wagon Maker. Job work done 
I satisfaction guaranteed. Threshing 
Hulling done on short notice. Calls 
imptly. Section 28, Elkhart Town- 



iAGLETON, Wagoi 



Jol.nork 



JOHN PANCAKE, Parmer ami 
JOHN BETHKE, Retired Farm 
THOMAS D. HARDING. Far 



JACOB B. LONG. Clack, mill,. lloisc-sho, in- done 

horses. Custom work done promptly. 
GAUD & NIMMONS, Physicians and Surgeons, 
M. M. DODGE, Manufacturer of Staves, Headings, 

Handles, and Lumber of all descriptions. The 



ttly on 



Colli. - 



ALBION. 

JAMES' C. STEWART, County Auditor. 
WM. S. KISER, Insurance, Real Estate, 

JAMES GREENMAN, Livery and Sale Stable. 

NELSON PRENTISS, Attorney. 

JAMES J. LASH, Treasurer. 

JOHN BAUGHMAN, Recorder. 

S. E. ALVORD, Proprietoi New Era. 

S. S. FITCH St SON, Dealers in Watches, Clocks and 

Jewelry. Repairing done to order. 
F. A. BLACK, County Commissioner. 
WM. IMES, County Commissioner. 
N. SESSIONS, Dentist. 
JNO. C. SWETT, County Surveyor. 
WM. C. WILLIAMS, County Clerk. 
ISAAC MENDENHALL, Drugs and Medicines. 
JOHN F. FROST, Real Estate Dealer. 
C. Z. BIDWELL, General Dealer in Groceries, Provi- 

R. J. HASKINS, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. 

W. S. BIDWELL, Bakery. Eatables, and Fancy No- 

C. F. COLERICK, Bakery and Eating House. 
JACKSON D. BLACK, Dry Goods Merchant. 
WM. TRUMP, Dry Goods and Clothing. 

D. E. A. SPENCER, Merchant Tailor and Millinery. 

M. BECK, Blacksmith and Carriage Manufacturer. 
S. M. SPENCER, Physician. 
OWEN BLACK. Steam Grist and Saw Mill. 
SINCUEY ,V EBY. Mean. Planing Mill and Sash and 



GEO. W. BLACK, Farmer and » Anti-M 

A. J. KIMWELL, Postmaster BruJ Merch 

FREDERICK GAPPINGER, Tanner. 

J. B. PEPPLE, Carpenter and Joiner.' 

JOHN SCHWARTZ, Carpenter and Joit 

LEWIS PRICE, Carpenter and Joiner. 

U. S. BENDER, Carpenter and Joiner. 

H. S. BORTNER. Teacher. 

GEO. W. ROOF, Printer. 

SARAH A. BRADLEY, Proprietor Bradl 

DAVID HOUGH, Sheriff. 

L. G. WORDEN, Hotel Keeper. 

W. F. CURRY, Carriage and Wagon Mai 

S. K. KONKLE, House and Carriage Pa 

W. Y. LEONARD, Physician. 

M. C. SKINNER, Drugs and Medicines. 

WOLF LAKE. 



C. R. WILEY, Deal 



J. THURMA 41 CO., Proprietors Lake Mills. Manu- 

full supply con-tantly on hand. The hiolie-t mar. 
ket price paid for grain at all times. 
E. W. DE PEN, Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptlj 

JAMES MATTHEWS, M.D., Physician and Surgeon 

Calls promptly attended, day or night. 
JACOB M. MILLER, Dealer in Boots and Shoes ; als< 



E. W. MATTHEWS. Farmer and Justice of the Pe 
B. COUTS, Proprietor of Lake House — the onlyh 



,.l '..I " I. ■ 



DR. O. GANDY. l'l.,.,c.a.i and Surgeon 

I.C. BAILEY. Merchant. 

WILLIAM RICHMOND, Carpenter and Joiner. 

FRANCIS A. DAVIS. Patentee Quadi..plc.Uii..n 

Dash Churn. 
WILLIAM KNAPPE, School Teacher. 
ELIAS JONES. Physician and Surgeon. Dealer in 

Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals. Groceries. 

etc. ; resides Section 6, Noble Township. 
J. C. REED, Cooper. Manufacturer of Tork and Flour 

Barrels ; also Tight and Loose Work of every 



-eription . Seclir 
PIPER. Farm 



JOMT'II KN U'PE. Fa-iner and School Tear 



CROMWELL. 



H. IP TICK I R 



\\M ,;> ,\ BKO. Deal 



Dry 



:.e..t,i... 



t.Glat 



ami gcittial sanely .t,.;k. Jefferson Street. 

E. F. BENNER. Jeweler. Watchmaker. Musician and 

tuner. Dealer in all kinds of Musical Instru- 
ments. Repairing done promptly. Jefferson Street. 
G. W. RE_ED, Carriage and Wagon Manufacturing, 
Blacksu.ithing. Painting and Trimming. JcHci-on 

F. D. AIRGOOD. Carriage and Wagon Manufacturer 

shoeing done in the best manner. Particular onus 



GEO HONTZ, Carpenter, Joiner. Contractor and 
Builder. Dealer in Furniture of every description. 
Jefferson Street. 

AARON MORE, Retired Merchant.' 

A. MAYFIELD, Proprietor Cromwell House. 

L. B. EAGLES. Dealer in Hard and Softwood Lum- 
ber. The highest market price paid for Walnut, 

descriptions of Lumber, etc Indian Village. 
G.W. REED (of Martin, Reed h Son) Tanner, and 
Curriers. Manufacturers of Calf, Kip. Harness. 

highest cash price paid for Hides. Section la, 

MILO JOHNSON, Carpenter, Joiner, Contractor and 

Builder, Indian Village. 
JOHN STUMBAUGH, Farmer. Carpenter and Joiner. 
SIMEON SMITH, Farmer. Carpenter and Joiner. 
C. E. JOHNSON. Brick Manufacturer. 
DANIEL SARBER. Fruit Tree Agent. 

BRIMFIELD. 

WM. IMES, County Commissioner. 
J. S. DUESLER, Proprietor Globe House. 
IRA OWENS, Merchant. 
WM. B. DUNN, Postmaster. 

JOHN Q. KNOX, Dealer in Groceries, Books. Sta- 
tionery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Glass and 






Con. 



TllONI \< IP Wll so\, 
JACOB WE1GEL, Teache 



.), Washington Township. 
JOHN SAWYER ETNA, Thrt 
ling. Calls attended prompi 



, Washington Township. 

ROME CITY. 

WILLIAMS, M.D., Physician 



P C. GEISEXDOEFE ,V CO.. Woolen Factory and 

Flour Mills. * 
F. U. MILLER, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, 

Glassware, Queensware and Notions. 
DANIEL W. FIELD, Mechanic. Wolcottville. 

G. R. CROSSING. 



kinds of Dressed Lumber, 


nd Dealer in Doo 


Sash and Blinds. All kin 


s of Turning, Scr 


Sawing and Lumber Dressin 




GREEN CENTER. 


0. H. ANDREWS, Merchant. 




SIAAS MOORE, Wagon Maker 




P. H. ALDRICH, Physician and 


Surgeon. 


HIRAM LINDSAY. Farmer an 


Merchant. Mcrria 


SWAN 




E.CRAMER, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries. Ha 


Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hi 








etc. ; also Staves and Spokes 




TAYLOR & WILLITS, Dealers 


in Drugs, Groccri 


Dry Goods. Boots. Shoes, I 


ats. Caps, Hardwa 


Queensware, etc. A full assr 


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Oats, Clover Sue, 1, and till kind, of soiiiit ry pro-1 ,,,.,-. 

AVILLA. 

R. S. HAINES (of Baum, Walters S: Co.) Dealers 
in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, 
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, School 
Books and Stationery Articles. 

D. DUEHMIG, Catholic Priest. 

VOGEDING & OHLNECK, Dealers in all kinds of 
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, etc.; also Dry Goods, 






and Spouting done to order. 
J. ISBELL. Manufacturer of Cant.iges.Wa-ons Mei-li., 
Bob-Sleds, etc. Repairing done to order. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

E. MYERS. Farmer and l.i.liccof Peace. Allen Town- 



Evangejical Lutherai 



W. WALTMAN 

Church, Allen 1 
D. P. HELMAN, Farmer and Stock Raiser, Allen 

Township. 
H. L. KING. Farmer and Stock Raiser, Allen Town- 

JOHN WHAN. County Commissioner, Swan Town- 

1 P MOORE, Minister Presbyterian Church, Swan 

SAMUEL BROUGHTON, Contractor and Builder, 



R, A PEES ION, I, it t, .iii.l A;,;, nt for K.-ininy.ion 

.Sewing Machines, Swan Township. 
J. S. HOOPER. Farmer and Stock Dealer, Swan 

Township. 
I. M. KING. Farmer and Stock Dealer. Swan Town- 



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